Challenging myths about heterosexual white South African men, Prinsloo published four books of short stories in 12 years.
The master of abstract art proved that black ‘township artists’ from South Africa could become leaders of international styles.
For her, art was a weapon in the struggle and a tool for education. She used every opportunity to build movements and to archive experiences in writing.
Will white South Africa ever give up part of its privilege? This is the contentious issue at the heart Damon Galgut’s Booker Prize-winning novel.
Two striking images - from the 1940s and the 1960s - help reveal the rich but still emerging history of street photography in the country.
The gift of his images lies in their depiction of the social worlds that apartheid sought to destroy, but that live on through the photographs.
Art and visual culture played a significant role in building a unified Afrikaner nationalism that allowed apartheid to thrive. A new book unpacks the issue.